### TABLE 2 Scoring of QM and Weil s Reference Book System

### Table 3: Incremental slot lling in frame 2;...weil ich da noch trainieren bin (be- cause I there still train [am])

1996

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### Table 1: Differences in age of death of paired affected parents and affected children.

"... In PAGE 7: ... 6 years earlier than their parents amongst the 80 child-parent affected pairs identified (p lt;0.001, paired t-test; Table1 ). Later generations had an earlier age of death from pancreatic cancer than individuals from preceding generations and a similar effect was observed in the analysis of birth cohorts (both p lt;0.... ..."

### TABLE I. THE SEQUENCE-STRUCTURE PAIRS*. s p % DIFF.

1996

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### TABLE 2. Top apos;s curve of rank 6, with equation y2 = 24784x4 + 90096x3 + 114372x2 + 1376352x + 7096896. Two conditional Mordell{Weil bases B0 and B1 are given. See Example 3.

### TABLE 3. Buddenhagen apos;s curve of rank 7, with Weierstra equation y2 = x3?20932x?330140. Three Mordell{Weil bases B0, B1, and B2 are given. See Example 4.

### TABLE 4. Siksek apos;s curve of rank 8, with Weierstra equation y2+xy = x3?5818216808130x+5401285759982786436. Three Mordell{Weil bases mod torsion are given: B0, B1, and B2. See Example 5.

### Table 4.1: RMS bandwidths and coherence distances for a few standard images, as weil as for two illustrative test images constructed from 2D signals at a very low fkequency and at the Nyquist sampling frequency.

in Abstract

### Table 2. Treatment Effects (Internet Use) Method Discussion Donation T-test 21.0%

"... In PAGE 8: ...Figure 2. Discrete Change of Internet Use Table2 presents the treatment effects of Internet use. The large sample size of the ANES 12 This online engagement was measured only by Internet users and may thus involve other problems that RBPM cannot not handle properly.... In PAGE 8: ... PSM tends to use relatively a small portion of total observations because of exclusion of unmatched observations. In Table2 , about 11 hundred pairs (22 hundred observations) were used to estimate the average effect.13 The overestimation of the t- test appears large in deliberative engagement and small in action-oriented engagement.... ..."

### Table 2. Familial correlations for CFQ scores

in Genetic analysis of cognitive failures (CFQ): A study of Dutch adolescent twins and their parents

1998

"... In PAGE 5: ... Within each generation and sex, there was no association of CFQ scores with age or with educational level. The degree of familial resemblance for the CFQ is summarized in Table2 . For monozygotic twins the average correlation for CFQ scores was around 0.... ..."

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